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who is nancy pelosi blaming? the white house. we have a live report on the democrats divided. and it's lining a scene out of twister, but in a very unlikely place. >> oh [bleep] >> yes, we are not in kansas anymore. we're in downtown l.a. tornado, we have got the details come up. >> as as al sharpton marches for justice an watch
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♪ allowed to be next to me ♪ glmg public defenders appearing in this kill cops rap video and you are paying for it, taxpayers. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> this is elk k. and you are watching "fox & friends" in the morning. >> superman. >> thank you for tuning in this morning at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. it's great to see you. >> we have a jam packed show he this morning. gadgets for kids this morning. if you waited for the last nittany lion buy teens gadgets this morning. robots on the set this morning. >> always scary. gadgets for dad and leaf blower. >> has your hair recovered from it? [ laughter ] >> more entertainment from the gadgets and clayton in a bit. we have got the to get to this fox news alert. a vote postponed. wait until monday to take it
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up the 1.1 trillion-dollar spending bill needed to aavoid a government shutdown. molly henneberg is live in washington with a look at what happens next. >> good morning. this is a bill that would fund the government through the end of the fiscal year which is the end of next september. the senate will convene today. a rare saturday session to work through some procedural hurdles this weekend. aiming for a vote on monday. even though senate majority leader democrat harry reid tried to allow senate lawmakers to go home for the weekend, some conservative republicans objected to that they want to force reid to allow a vote on an amendment to the bill that would remove any money that could be used to fund president obama's executive actions on immigration. here is what happened in the senate yesterday when senator reid tried to shut things down for the weekend. >> >> madam president i asked unanimous consent 5 p.m. monday september 15th. senate proceed to vote on. >> madam president, reserving the right to object, the american people
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have grave concerns with the president's decision to take action unilaterally with regard to executive amnesty. this is an action that is rather unprecedented and rather unsupported by the law. >> still, the bill remains on track to pass on monday. it already passed the house. there also are democrats in the house and senate who object to parts of the bill, but you president obama supports it. back to you all in new york. >> all right, molly henneberg. >> all right, molly. so here is something you don't see every day. this is one of those pieces of tape where we might have to play it twice because it's so completely off the script. so you hear a lot about how divided the republican party is. here is nancy pelosi going after the white house, president obama's white house for whom she has carried water all these years over this bill. watch this. >> i'm enormously disappointed that the white house feels that the only way they can get a bill is to go along with this and
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that would be the only reason i would say they would sign such a bill that would weaken a critical component of financial system reform aimed at reducing tax risk. >> you have all this infighting between tea partiers and establishment republicans some of the white house spinning this josh ernest says no there is no rift between president obama and nancy pelosi. they are working together seemlessly. listen. >> i will just say that the president has always had not just a good working relationship but open line of communication with with leader pelosi that didn't change yesterday and it's not going to change in the future. >> so. back story of this is you have members of congress saying i don't know what to do. i'm getting phone calls here at the last minute. on one hand joe biden and the other hand nancy pelosi.
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>> i am so glad it's spilled out this has been a back story for a long time. democrats on the hill are very angry at the obama white house. the first person harry reid's office attacked after the midterm president obama. they really don't like him. he has no relationship with any member of the senate that i'm aware of. he hasn't even met with a lot of members of his own caucus, democrats on the hill. he doesn't pay any attention to them and they resent the heck out of it. >> to your point, they don't even know the white house. when the president calls and asks them to vote aain way they are like i don't even know you. >> talk to the hand kind of attitude. arrogant and remote. they think he doesn't care about them. >> a lot of hypocrisy being floated around, too. remember when democrats were slamming republicans for the government shutdown and slamming ted cruz then senator ted cruz for wanting to shut things down calling them legislative arsonists in 2013. now the shoe is on the other foot. listen. >> for many of them, i call them legislative arsonist.
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they are there to burn down what we should be building up in terms of investments and education and scientific research and august that it is that makes our country great and competitive. >> they just want to burn it down because they hate america. because that's what you do when you hate america, you shut down the government but, wait, democrats are very close to doing that same thing and i don't hear the media accusing them of hating america. >> also this bill is 2500 pages long. so when you ask senator rand paul why he voted no on it he said look, i didn't have a chance to read the thing. >> i ran into a lobbyist thursday morning in washington whom i know well good guy he says he is in a good guy i i got my what i wanted into the bill it's on page 911. no one is ever -- i'm not making this up. no one is ever going to read it and my clients are happy. this is what happens when you ledge late like this. >> unbelievable. >> other news to tell you about this morning. there is some outrageous
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rhetoric against police going on that we'll show you in just a second. this disgusting video. first, i want to tell you al sharpton is having a big march in washington, d.c. today called the justice for all march. is he going to be starting city hall and going to the u.s. capital. new york city something similar going on. tens of thousands of people expected according to organizers at washington square park. this video we want to tell you about disgusting. >> kill cops rap video. features cops with guns. >> pretty subtle. >> as even the name of it: take a look this is being funded about gas pair dollars ♪ allowed to be next to me ♪ necessary make them respect us [bleep] ♪ supposed to protect us. ♪ kill unarmed black men ♪ making mothers ♪ all these unjustified shootings ♪ they may call animals when we start looting ♪ i should say two purchedz
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in the video receiving taxpayer dollars ♪ by definition they are in this ♪ i don't know if we put on the screen. a clip of a gun with a -- a cop within gahanna next to him. >> leading all these protests, racists, evil, shutting down cities permitting commutedders, teaming up with radical creepy folks. also one of the president's chief advisors, that's not overstatement. sharpton has been to the white house more than any military family. he also has a show on another cable channel. i don't understand how a guy people like this can be treated as a respectable civil rights leader by the white house and the media. >> first non-white house employee invited. >> as far as this video goes, ted williams was on with greta last night. he said there is absolutely no excuse for images like this. >> there is no defense when you lay down with fleas, you
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should expect to get fleas off on. these lawyers should have known and if they didn't know, shame on them. but, greta, i'm not outraged, i'm absolutely pissed off. let me get something clear to our viewing audience, in alabama, just recently, a white cop went to a place where there was shoplifting by a black woman, who was starving, didn't have eggs. the white cop, greta, went in there and instead of locking this woman up, he wound up buying her the eggs and helping her out. >> so this blanket idea that all cops are bad, absolutely not the case. in fact, that police officer, william stacy and helen johnson, the woman who was stealing groceries and ended up getting them paid for by this police officer will be coming up on the show. >> to me the bottom line is someone who is pushing racial division and profiting from it as sharpton is that's pretty much beyond dispute shuntd
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be one of the president's advisors. what kind of upside down world is this? we take it for granted sharpted was at the white house today it. really sharpton? who is a bigot and tax cheat and has been for many years. is he one of the president's closest advisors. i'm still stunned by it. >> and has a network show by the way. what do you think about this go to our facebook page this morning and email us at friends@foxnews.com. ff weekend on facebook when you dial us up there on your computer or other electronic device. >> there you go. show us your smart phone. other stories making headlines now on to this fox news alert. we have just learned three u.s. -- in afghanistan. associated press confirming their convoy was attacked by taliban fighters in the eastern part of the country near the bag gram air base. death marked the first casualties in afghanistan this month. brand new pictures from the st. lucia times showing smoke rising from a luxury cruise liner after a fire broke out in the engine room. killing a crew member and two contractors. the oceania insignia was
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docked in saint lucia at the time more than 650 passengers were on board. >> looked up and there was enormous amounts of jet black smoke. 15 minutes later, there was another explosion. passengers were charted to the final destination in miami. no word yet on what caused that fire. she was accused of attempted murder of her three children but now ebony wilkerson will walk free. as you remember, the florida mother drove her car into the ocean in daytona beach back in march with her three children buckled up inside. she was also pregnant at the time it. the charges were dropped after the 33-year-old agreed to plead not guilty by reason of insanity. she is back in court next week where a judge may send her to a hospital for psychological treatment. and the pineapple express system is slamming parts of southern california as clayton mentioned at the top of the show. high winds, flooding and mud
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slides, and caught on camera in a rare tornado in south l.a., look at this. small ef 0 ripping apart roofs and downing trees with winds reaching up to 8 a miles per hour. no one was hurt. l.a. ransz flooding the l.a. river. man and his wife had to be rescued. they are expected to be okay. the clean up begins, a massive mudslide in cam rio springs damaging at least 13 homes. those are your headlines. >> i i had an out-of-television experience leaving in the midst of this whole big storm and watching you on the air plane on the video tell me how bad the storm was. >> wait, i know that guy. >> yeah, crazy storm out across parts of california and a much needed storm across parts of california. but get a little bit too
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much rain too quickly and this is the problems you are going to get. however, in the long run, we certainly need it and pretty impressive rain fall totals from this storm overall almost 8 and a quarter inches of so he big sur. even coastal areas got some rain we have had this really pesky system effecting the northeast about five days now. slowly move out of here today. take a look at this. everybody else across the east is looking absolutely spectacular for all the day today. our problems are still that same storm system out west. pulls into the rockies and four corners see some rain and mountain snow. >> the president promised he would degrade and destroy isis but not with boots on the ground. calling a twitter war. it's costing you over a billion dollars. we're winning, right? we have got the sad details. >> and what happened to terrorists once they are released from get mow? take a look at these guys. out for a stroll and waiting for the cameras.
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do you remember what the fight against isis was supposed to look like? >> we will degrade and ultimately destroy isil. >> we are moving ahead with our strategy to degrade and ultimately destroy this terrorist organization. >> the has continued to lead our friends and allies in the strategy to degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as isil. >> well, degrading and destroying gets expensive especially when you are not spending it on weapons or boots or the ground. no, we are talking about $1.3 billion spent on what's being called a twitter war against ices isis terror groups. you would think the government would know that the efforts are working but
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according to new report we have no idea if our propaganda war against terror is bearing fruit. cats a former cia officer and senior policy advisor to the chairman of the house homeland security committee this morning. thanks for coming on. >> thanks for having me, tucker. >> 1.3 billion on the propaganda war and we don't know whether it's working? >> yeah. so this is a really sad state of affairs, right? this is not about the laws in place are the regulations in place? they are and they are fine. the problem here is management. are they using their tools and their resources aappropriately? and i think part of this, the main thing here is that there is a lot of mismanagement that's going on here with the twitter war, especially trying to counter isis and their great propaganda machine. >> and it is a very effective propaganda machine. some of their videos are
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very slickly produced intelligently evil. are we producing anything comparable? >> we are sad not. and i think that's the -- that's one of the main problems. the second main problem is we keep on providing them the tools for their propaganda machine. you have all talked about it on your shows extensively. the senate cia torture report is one example of how we are fueling their propaganda but they are spending a lot of time, a lot of effort on this. they don't have the bureaucracy we do. and they are unfortunately winning this propaganda war. and i think it's really important to note, tucker, that the -- if this was a secular threat, we would be handling it completely different. >> no. of course. it does make it more complicated. very quickly, if you could do anything to fight isis on the field of approach began da of perceptions. what would you do? >> well, i think we would go back to reorganizing the entire top down approach
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here. okay. we want to destroy isis. well, what's the strategy. then once we have the strategy in place we can look at the tactics. one of the tactics is propaganda. it's not the only one. approach began da in and of itself or counter propaganda campaign is only as good as the other tools we are bringing to bear. if beer not willing to use other things together we will never achieve the results to really destroy isis. joshua katz, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me, tucker. >> if looks could kill jolie and the head of sony who called her a brat. dreaming of getting away but think you can't afford to get away? don't change this channel. this family has been on over 20 trips this year alone and they have done it for virtually nothing. we will tell you how they did it. stay tuned. i've always loved exploring and looking for something better.
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quick headlines for you. six free gitmo detainees, pictured here living it up in south america. the former prisoners released this week to uruguay after more than a decade behind bars. photographs strolling through the capitol. men were spotted buying cheese, bread and yogurt and giving a highly positive thumbs up to cameras. and hackers in iran may be targeting energy firms and defense contractors here in the united states. the fbi warns sophisticated attack aimed at compromising critical infrastructure. same operation has already been blamed for 50 breeches in a dozen countries. clayton? >> thank you, tucker. well, before you head out
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the door for some christmas shopping, listen to this. our next guest has gone on more than 20 trips this year. saving her family an average of 80% on all of these trips. >> wow, 80%. how does she do it? here with holiday hacks mother and blogger for mommy.com summer hall. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> tips for us. use online shopping portals from hotels and airlines. what are they and how do they work? >> totally. so before you buy one more holiday present make sure you are wracking up airline miles for it united, american, southwest, all the major airline and hotels will have thighs online shopping portals. so, google american airlines shopping and before you go to gap or home depot or sears, go to the portal and can you get 10 times, 15 times, sometimes even more than that miles per dollar and it racks up so quickly during the holidays. >> unbelievable. you have flown first class a
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few times, skiing in norway, paris, alaska, washington, d.c., your next tip is to say stack your coupons up to get some of these deals. how do you do that? >> right. so, you go through the portal to earn your miles. but then a lot of credit cards these days will have offers so if you log into your amex account $15 statement credit on so many a dollars at toys r us or go to retail me not to find coupons. apps that will help you hunt down the coupons, saving money while you are still racking up all these airline miles. >> if we are able to track prices online we are able to figure out what time and what place is the best spot to get the gifts. you say we ought to arm ourselves with apps, smart phones before we head out. what are some examples of those? >> definitely. these days, you know, a lot of retailers have their own app.s that will have coupons, like macy's will have their own apps, appears like poach it and snag it. if you are in the store and want to make sure you are getting a good deal on something. use your smart phone to scan
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the bar code and tell you the price online so you know whether or not it makes sense to buy it right then or go ahead and wait and order it online so you can save some money. >> you say pay with the right rewards credit card. there are all these reward credit cards out there. how do you know what the right one is. >> there are so many. i like to use ones that are going to give me a category bonus on whatever i'm buying so i'm racking up miles a lot faster than 1 mile per dollar. cards will give you price protection. if the price drops you can get that lower price later on or even if you buy electronic, say, and it breaks a couple months down the road or even two years down the road. if you have used the right credit card, it will back you up and help cover that repair or replacement. >> summer, you have been able to make incredible memories with your 4-year-old daughter and husband. what's been your favorite trip? >> one of my favorites was taking my daughter to paris this year. it was her first time to uranium and to see her face with the eiffel tower and a the lights at night was really very magical and something we both remember
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and still talk about. and it would have never happened if we hadn't been earning miles and points throughout the year. >> that's great. head on over to mommy points.com for all these great tips and tricks. thanks so much. we appreciate you joining us this morning, summer. >> thank you. >> 20 minutes after the hour. coming up, 13 years old and already a hero. how this boy drove his dad to safety. when he had a seizure behind the wheel. the incredible story when they both join us live. >> and a soldier home for the holidays kicked to the curb. meet the landlord that says this american hero wore out his welcome. if yand you're talking toevere rheumyour rheumatologiste me, about a biologic...
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♪ bad to the bone >> it's your shot of the morning pigs can't fly but this hog sure can. >> that's how -- unbelievable. pushes the limit. he takes us off roading and into the sky with a paraglider. 700-pound bike flying 800 feet in the air.
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looks totally effortless. utah desert. a harley dealership put this dealership together. >> likes a reese's peanut butter cup. this country says it's lost his mojo i refer you to the sky diving harley davidson. >> a way to ride a harley. >> even if you have to jump out of the airplane. >> america may have lost its mojo this morning bah-humbug a soldier coming back for the holidays at his wife's apartment. she is the only one on the lease at this apartment complex. he comes home and a he is staying with with his wife. they are married, well not until the landlord said get out. not on the lease. kinging you out of this thing. you are worn out your leash. >> now his wife who is a college student. new mom, baby is two years old. worried about getting evicted. >> stationed in missouri,
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and we haven't seen each other in six months. what's the problem with me staying and visiting with my wife? he stated to me that he didn't care of our situation, he really didn't care about me being in the military. >> here is he an active duty soldier, he has come home for christmas to spend with wife and child and the landlord was identified in news accounts only as chuck. hopefully we can get a last name here i would love to put his picture on the screen central south carolina has said you need to leaf or we are going to evict you or double your rent. >> double your rent. you are only allowed to stay there seven days. his wife lily signed the disagreement. she is on the record on that lease for only allows guestst to stay there seven days. i'm no lawyer. i play one on television occasionally. isn't there some sort of law? i mean, yes, she signed the lease, that's fine. she is on the lease but they are married. >> just like a normal person wouldn't do that. whatever the law says, whatever the dumb contract says, he is a soldier.
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he is on active duty protecting us, he is coming home for christmas. why are you hassling him. you shouldn't need a law how about like a normal person would never do that. chuck, if you are watching, come on and explain yourself. we would love to hear your side. >> he says across the board i enforce what's written in the lease to all of the tenants. doesn't matter. do the same thing chuck for the 2 week old o. that child's probably isn't on the lease either. >> called the groves apartment complex in central south carolina manage. >> managed by chuck. >> if you know chuck, let us know. >> lead us know your thoughts on that story. >> letter of the law or spirit of the law. >> some of the stories making headlines this morning. >> sony pictures abandon film shoot after hack attack crippling the studio. movie maker unable to process payments. everythingier this week hackers leaked thousands of private emails one calling angeline know jolie a minimally talented spoiled brat how do you think this moment unfolded.
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army pascal comes face-to-face for the first time since the leak. if it wasn't a rough week already. jolly now announcing she can't attend the premier of her film unbroken. >> i have chickenpox. so i will be home itching and missing everyone and i can't believe it because this film means so much to me. >> is it chicken pox or called shingles? >> jolie said she wanted it to be clear it is the only reason she will be missing that event. alsos this morning adrian peterson will not be hitting the field any time soon. the running back now suspended through the rest of football season. the nfl upholding peterson's suspension after he was charged for whipping his 4-year-old son with a tree branch. he will be eligible to it play next year. the player's union is considering legal action against the nfl.
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how does a robot butler sound to you? federal government spending near live $800,000 to create robots that can assist the elderly and make sure they are eating healthy. the national science foundation teaming up with the university of pennsylvania and a california based robot company, the company already has a robot butler but is working to develop one with an arm to pick items up and check on people's health. >> unprecedented move by the military could put you behind the wheel of a humvee. more than 4,000 humvees will be auctioned on to the general public on december 17th. gov planet.com want to put so. aging vehicles to use rather than scrapping them entirely. but they are for off road use only. bids starting at $10,000. those are your evidence lines. >> angeline know jolie video. is she always.
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>> i have chicken pox, that's why i won't be there tomorrow. >> only when discussing super important matters like that. >> be home scratching. is weird. >> severe weather across the east and the west not the central plains where it's been warm and balmy. weather maps, show you what's going on today. rapid city yesterday you got up to 71 degrees that blew away your record. you had previously seen of 61 degrees. warmth across the plains. northeast problematic for much of the week. upper disturbance that is very slowly lingering across the area. it will kind of move out across the day today. still seeing a few snow flurries across pars of maine. >> down to the southeast, looking at nod a bat day. plenty of sunshine, cooler especially parts of florida. eventually late tonight it and tomorrow. parts of texas and oklahoma. possibly severe weather for your day tomorrow. all right. back to you inside.
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>> thanks so much, rick. stars of fox's new film paying tribute to the man who brought magic to "night at the museum." sir an slot at your service. >> theodore roosevelt president of the united states of america. >> i have no idea what that means. >> lead actor rob williams who starred as president roosevelt in all three films making the final one a bit more emotional. night at the museum, the secret of the tomb prepared this week -- premiered it this week. this is the third and final last hurrah for very successful film franchise in 2006 ben still ler and sean levies who directed this film had no idea of this con september of a museum coming to life when the sun goes down would take them this far not alone the first two movies ii million dollars at the box office. comes across as a farewell piece. you never say never to hollywood in sequels. this seems like the final one and they all say it is.
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farewell to robin williams, last movie he shot before he took his life in august. thursday night all the stars turned out to pay tribute to him. >> whenever i can. the last time that robin was on the bill, and he spent the whole night side of the stage watching all the other acts and laughing and speaking when they came on. he didn't have to do that. it's just so sweet and so generous. >> i feel fortunate to have had the chance to work with him. i'm a huge fan of his. i always will be. whenever i was working with him. i felt lucky to be there. >> in between takes, he is just there to entertain us constantly. actors, the crew. he kept everyone in such great spirits. that, i will never forget. >> really one the highlights of my life. he is a great inspiration to me growing up. an actor who has made audiences cry as much as laugh, laughed. making jokes and making other people laugh. incredible guy to have. celebrate as much as he can.
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>> real emotional component to this totally not. >> the third is the best? >> the third. >> it's a farewell piece to robin williams it would be good anyway. >> absolutely. catchall my interviews in the fox light.com. follow me on twitter where the party continues in a family friendly kind of way fox light michael. >> be sure to don your shades. >> happening all the time, schools renting space to churches. one lawyer trying to rent it down. classes aren't in session on sunday so what is the problem? we'll get through that. >> president obama and mitt romney political rivals this morning they are teaming up. what's got these two teaming together? >> ♪ come together right now. want to know how
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board. but not for anything that happens during school hours or even involving students. he thinks letting schools rent rooms to churches is unconstitutional. but our next guest disagrees. he says he has the community on his side. lou den school board member bill fox joins us now. good morning, bill. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, anna, thanks for having me on. >> all of these churches paying to pray. school is not in session. renting the space as a community member a taxpayer i would think i would want the budget to be expanded and have more cash coming in. what are you hearing from community members. >> we have never had any complaint at all about this. we rent out to numerous different community groups and nonprofit organizations. including churches and we rent to a variety of churches. this is never something that we have had any complaint about whatsoever. >> bill, the former federal prosecutor, who is causing the ruckus here john flannery says this churches who use public school space
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are holding church services and checking donations it's past the time when we should have stopped this unconstitutional establishment of religious worship in our public schools. is one religion favored over another that you have noticed in these more than 30 schools that are holding these religious meetings? >> no. absolutely not. i mean, we have a christian groups. we have hindi congregation, numerous different churches and community groups like i said. so, the thought that we're trying to establish one religion is -- it's absolutely ludicrous. i don't know what religion that would be because we rent to to a variety of different groups. >> these groups i imagine are fostering positive environment for adults, for the children, for the community as a whole, what do you think is really at play here? >> what's the problem? >> well, the gentleman who is pushing this is a well
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known communitiage territory. very antireligion. won't be satisfied until we excise religion from the public sphere. some folks believe that the first amendment stands for the proposition that we should be free from religion instead of having freedom of religion. i have been an advocate of the first amendment my entire life. that's not the first amendment that i have studied and advocate for. >> finally bill, trials and tribulations can weaken our faith or strengthen our faith how has it affected yours. >> this has done nothing but strengthen my faith. i have been a big advocate of the first amendment and i believe that the first amendment is vibrant enough and strong enough to protect my religion and your religion and those of the folks in the louden community. >> let us know how things go in virginia. >> thank you very much. thanks for having me on.
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>> coming up on "fox & friends." hacked emails show the hollywood elite making fun of the president saying he probably only likes most with african-americans. the mainstream media barely covering it is it because they are democrats? we report. you decide. 13 years old and already a hero. how this boy drove his father to safety when he had a seizure behind the wheel. the incredible story when he this both join us live next. and ah, so you can see like right here i can just... you know, check my policy here, add a car, ah speak to customer service, check on a claim...you know, all with the ah, tap of my geico app. oh, that's so cool. well, i would disagree with you but, ah, that would make me a liar. no dude, you're on the jumbotron! whoa. ah...yeah, pretty much walked into that one.
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michael jones and his father daniel. nice to see both you this morning. welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> daniel, describe what was happening as you were driving that afternoon. >> we were going to get a flat tire fixed, actually. michael wanted to see his grandfather in st. louis. we were running by the bank, just doing our general stuff. and didn't even realize i was going to have one. i did good him not knowing i had seizures. it's one of those things. >> it just started happening. michael, you looked over at your father. what did you think was happening? >> i thought he was just dancing because the music is on and he normally dances with the music until i found out he didn't respond. >> wow, daniel what were you experiencing in those moments i'm losing control of this car and my son is here. what was going through your
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mind at this time. >> when you have a seizure it's nothing like that. a lot of people think all kinds of different things. you tend to lose body functions. most people urinate on themselves. your body shakes and tremors. it's a totally different situation than what most people are used to deal with. they usually don't happen. just every now and then. it was because my therapeutic levels had dropped using over-the-counter medication for the flu. >> michael, you are a scout. quick thinking. what happened in that movement? you sigh your dad, you realize he is the no dancing to the music anymore. what did you do? >> i panicked for a millisecond and i just went into action. did what i had to do. >> and you grabbed the steering wheel and what happened after that. i mean you obviously you can't drive but you manage to. what did you do? >> we drove -- i made sure that i didn't hurt anybody and we drove through an intersection and stopped two houses away from the
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intersection. >> unbelievable. daniel, when did you realize that this had happened. how long until you were aware that your son had david both of your lives. >> when i was talking to a paramedic laying on a gurney. >> wow, unbelievable. >> i'm very proud of him. there is nothing he does -- he does stuff every day that completely amazes me. everyone that says their children does not amaze them does not have involvement in their children's lives. >> his mother is, god rest her soul. she is a god send. >> you are a scout. your boy scout troop awarded with you an award for quick thinking in that situation. national award of merit. what are your fellow scouts saying about all of this. what have they said to you? >> they are saying very, very good stuff. it's just like you are a hero and you can save anybody. >> unbelievable. >> but everybody can save
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somebody. >> that's a great point. we have seen a lot of great stories like that here on "fox & friends." quick-thinking kids who can save their parents' lives like that. you are a hero. congratulations, michael. daniel, we are thankful that you are safe and sound this morning. >> thank you. y'all have a good day too. >> merry christmas to you both. coming up. >> merry christmas. >> as al sharpton marches for justin -- justice today. anti- -- >> were she was wal-mart cashier joins us live next hour. the holidays are filled with love.
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washington to explain exactly what happened. it's complicated. but she can do it. good morning, molly. >> good morning, tucker, anna, and clayton. yes, the vote is likely to be on monday. the senate will be in session this weekend, including meeting at noon today. some conservative republicans want senate majority leader democrat harry reid to allow a vote on an amendment to the bill that would prevent any money from funding president obama's executive actions on immigration. >> we should consider the constitutionality of his
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actions. every senator in this body should be put on record whether he or she believes it is constitutional for a president to disregard, to ignore federal immigration laws. and grant blanket amnesty to millions in defiance of both the laws on the books and the voters. >> senator reid had tried to send the senate home for the weekend and reconvene monday but senator cruz and other republicans say this issue is too important. so senator reid said lawmakers will stay on the job. >> we -- inconvenient for a lot of people. i'm sorry we're in the senate and we're going to have to rearrange our schedules for the weekend. >> there are also democrats in the senate and the house who object to parts of the bill. but president obama supports it back to you all in new york. >> you are right. she did explain it very well. >> she certainly did. not ease were. >> the fallout from the cia's enhanced intear congratulation program
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report that came out last week is continuing to fall this morning. the architect behind this program dr. james mitchell, vice news actually called out to him out on a fishing boat. sit down with him and have a conversation with him. his thousand now that this report has -- his thoughts that this report has been released. listen to his thoughts. >> i think it's the democrats want to rewrite history partially because given the cia a black eye would maybe give them more control over the cia's budget and more control over, you know, oversight. the problem with that is you can't trust congress to get anything done. i don't want them fighting the war on terror. i don't want them making decisions about that they can't pass a budget. they can't pass a single bill without sticking some kind of rider on the thing or something on the thing. so i don't really think that they should be in a position to make decisions about
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stuff that is stove piped in through the executive branch. >> so this is part of a much larger -- speak are for myself, i want a little oversight. i don't want the cia to become obama's private army. there is a role for oversight. what enrages me is seeing democrats in congress blame the united states as if we are morally inferior to crun i around the world. we have made misstays in this country to compared to what. companies lacking all perspective. >> the president loves to say he is responsible for taking down usama bin laden keeping us safe since 9/11. how do you think we got the intel of figuring out the location of where usama bin laden was? how about talking to -- >> khalid he sheikh mohammed. >> waterboarded 185 times. >> in a month. >> how much of this information is reliable.
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not just from democrats though coming out and speaking about this personally as being a person who is in pow for a number of years. the information you get from these types of enhanced indelaware -- interrogations is worthless. >> i don't think anyone who opposes this is crazy or anything. what i am offended by though is somehow we don't have any right to talk because we are morally compromised. it's like really? the united states, whatever you think for example of the iraq war, we went in there and lost all these people. spent a trillion dollars and we didn't even take any of their oil. what country would do that? has there ever been a country that seeks to do good and pays less attention to its own interest than the united states? no never has been, there never will be. to get lectured by democratic senators we have got blood on our hands oh, be quiet. >> let us know what you think on foxnews.com. thoughts pouring in on this story al sharpton you know him as a host on msnbc and
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first advisor that president obama calls on when he needs advice for things. he is leading a march down washington called the justin for all march. meanwhile, this is playing against the back drop of new antipolice videos they have released with public defenders appearing in these videos who receive taxpayer dollars, encouraging people to kill police officers. take a look at this. ♪ allowed to be next to me. ♪ why it's necessary ♪ let's make them respect us ♪ supposed to protect us ♪ making silent. ♪ all these unjustified shootings ♪ they may call them animals when we start looting. >> what kind of judgment. what kind of bad judgment would you have to have -- you are an attorney, a public defender paid by the state to defend criminals to appear in a video like this that encourages the murder of police officers? you are going to see it in a
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second. there is an image of a cop with a gun to his head. >> execution style like right there. these two public defenders say well we had no idea that these images would be in there. >> did you have not any idea what the kill the cops lyrics. >> wouldn't you try to figure out a way to see the final version before it gets spread out the national public? >> it just blows my mind that sharpton, first of all, shutting down washington or any city. how is preventing people from getting home to see their kids or getting to work bring justice to anybody? second, how is a guy like this who is an open insighter of race haight tread who is a tax cheat, a fraud, been on the scene. >> calls after the midterm elections. very next morning. your thoughts are pouring in on this on facebook. billy writes us this morning. viewer actions are indefensible. something should be done
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about this it. know that put their life at risk to save yours. most of the ones that do, are police. >> tim on facebook writes they, i think he means the public defender, should resign immediately. they are a disgrace to the office they hold. >> let us know your thoughts, go to facebook, ff weekend there. but now to it a fox news alert. >> yep. this is what is making news at this hour. we just learned that two u.s. troops killed in afghanistan. the associated press is confirming their convoy was attacked by taliban fighters in the eastern part of the country near bag gram air base. marked the first troop casualties in afghanistan this month. surge of the militant assault withdraw of the most troops by the end of this year. terror on twitter. police in india detaining a man believed to be a popular pro-isis twitter account. 24-year-old engineer now being questioned. the twitter account, which has since been deleted and more than 17,000 followers at this time police are
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unsure if the man is just a supporter of isis or if he actually has ties to the terror group. and a big win for journalism. attorney general eric holder is not going to force "new york times" reporter james to reveal a source. he has been battling for years after he wrote a book state of war sabotage iran's nuclear program. without this decision he would have faced possible jail time for contempt of court. and the pineapple express storm system is slamming the coast of california with high winds, mud slides. caught on camera a rare tornado in south l.a. >> oh. [bleep] oh [bleep] oh, look. >> the small ef 0 ripping apart roofs and downing trees.
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watching winds reaching up to 85 miles per hour. to be was hurt. heavy rains also flooding the l.a. river, homeless man and his wife had to be rescued. they are both okay. just northwest of los angeles, the cleanup begins a massive mudslide and cam rillo springs damaging at least 13 homes. those are your headlines. >> thank you, anna. >> get outside to rick reichmuth in the elements this morning. >> you see all of that damage there, and then it is all still ultimately good news. we need that rain out there so badly. and in general when you get big rain storms in california that's the way it they come. it is the rainy season. more rain and snow today across the west. moved across interior sections. see parts of arizona, new mexico and then some pretty snow amounts across parts of the central rockies. good news for the skiers out there. a drier day across much of california. but we are going to see that change again by tomorrow as the next storm begins to
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move on in. talking about the rain out there. this is how much rain we need by the end of february in order to fix this drought. so, l.a., you got just about an inch. you need about 25 inches in order to get out of this drought conditions that we're dealing with there. so, unfortunately, that's not kicking in there. we have got to get more rain. going to have three to four more storms line up there. need three to four more months of that. unfortunately sometimes that comes with that severe weather that you saw. guys? >> thank you, rick. >> coming up, hacked emails show the hollywood elite making fun of the president in racial terms. saying he probably only likes movies with black people in them. the mainstream media barely covering it is it because they are democrats? there is a rhetorical question. details ahead. >> forget frozen, new disney hit nearly 90 years in the making. lost film. it has just been found. >> what a great tune. ♪ here i am baby
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being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> you say there is a double standard here. what do you mean by that. >> there is absolutely a double standard. we see examples of this all the time. as you just mentioned top sony executives who happen to be top liberal donors are essentially getting away with making racially disparaging remarks about the president of the united states. can you imagine if that was the koch brothers who happened to be, you know, big republican donors, the media would have their heads. and, you know, there is no clearer example -- there is no clearer example of this in recent time than the elizabeth lawsuiten scandal. she is the -- it credited a national media firestorm. there were network news vans camped outside of her parents' house. meanwhile the exact same time a prominent democrat staff who pled guilty to raping and drugging two women and it didn't garner that kind of national media attention. there were no network news vans camped outside of his
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parents' homes. >> you know why that is they are lefties so they get the benefit of the doubt in the press. put up on the screen, this ♪ just an opinion, this is a fact, we can prove it scott ruden, probably one of the most famous producener l.a., 12500 to democrats. amy pascal ahead of sony. 5 grand to the head of obama campaign. and 31,000 to the dnc. >> they can't be racist; is that it. >> that's absolutely what it is. as a republican i just find it it's infuriating to be honest with you. let's look at this past election cycle as well. the media likes to portray republicans as if there is some sort of war on woman. there was a south carolina candidate who was a democrat who referred to nikki haley in an incredibly disparaging way that i can't even tell you on national television yet republicans have war on women? it's absolutely insane. >> what do you think it would take for the liberal
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media to cover this a bit more strongly? >> you know, i don't quite know. i continue to think, you know, what rises to the level of, you know, holding these individuals accountable? i mean, you know, these sony executives, making these kind of comments about the sitting president of the united states. you would think that would rise to the level of holding these people accountable and asking them to resign. >> yeah. well, sharpton is calling for that i have got to say, wouldne could all just agree that jokes are jokes. you get your jokes, and i get my jokes. we all kind of agree not to push for each other's firing based on jokes. we have like a total across the board deescalation on humor. would you be for that? >> i mean, i would like to see, you know, people being rightfully held accountable on both sides of the aisle. it's just not fair to be attacking, you know, republicans for something like the elizabeth lauten thing, but, yet, let someone who is raped and drugged two women get away with that kind of behavior. i would like to see some justice on both sides of the
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aisle. >> the great lisa booth thank you for coming at 7:20 in the morning. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> >> thank you. >> a soldier home for the holidays kicked to the curb. the landlord that says this american hero wore out his welcome. >> and we are teching the halls with i this and i that. clayton has gone crazy with the gants. annual gift guide for kids can and teens. and they are all under 100 bucks. very cool, actually. stay tuned. [ female announcer ] hands were made for talking. feet...tiptoeing. better things than the pain, stiffness, and joint damage of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist decide on a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right for you.
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115 years. how long the army navy football rivalry has been going on. the first game played back in 1890 is 15th meeting navy winning streak. >> 12, 13, 14 great day to say i do. couples want unique date for this anniversary. after this day not another date with consecutive numbers for 20 years. finally $20,000 that's how much it cost massachusetts woman to put away layaway. so grateful for the kind gesture. >> time to deck the -- tech the halls with dlat morse. >> these are gifts i would want to buy for my kids this time of year. a lot to get through. dive right in this morning.
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start with music. because kids with -- break a lot of stuff, right? so cobra has their fantastic air waive box. rugged. waterproof. throw it in the pool and float there. great for parties. ten hours of music. can you charge it and take it in any room you want. >> is it connect wide blue tooth to your phone. >> blue tooth right to your phone. any friend comes over can stream music from their device that works if you are somebody who likes to sing in the shower. >> like anna. >> this is a great tablet for kids. fire hd. amazon has made great kids editions lately. rugged tablet. drop this thing. kids are in the backseat. dropping this thing. getting food all over it, rubberized. 119 right now. beautiful hd display. two year worry free guarantee. plus order it online. all the apps from amazon as well fantastic. my son has recently gotten into music. 4 years old really getting into music allot, but he is having hard time figure out where to play it it play it
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on the ipad and other places. is he also into star wars. combine the two. this is a speaker, the death star speaker from i home. so you can blue tooth your music right to the death star if you are a fan of star wars. >> that sounds wholesome give your kid a death star. >> blow up other planets. >> i will get right on that. >> so we wonder how your kids get into star wars and also spiderman and everything else. apple doesn't fall far from the tree. >> one of the issues you are worried with kids volume level kids listening to music and blowing out eardrums. >> what? >> like tucker listening to music way too loud growing up. these great marvel and other themed character head phones now are fantastic because they have volume control built in. has all different characters. so spiderman, guardians of the galaxy, frozen, if you are a big fan of the frozen characters, and it has built-in volume control so you know you are never going to blow out your kid's eardrums by letting them use this.
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>> this is cool. i'm impressed by. this iphone the most popular camera in the world. best camera on. photos to instagram and taking so many photos now with their smart phone. the alo clip slips on to iphone 6 or the older iphone 5 s and just lenz is build in. so you get macrofish eye lends works on the front and rear facing cameras. pop it right over the top of the lenz and able to take photos with the wide angle. >> how well does it work? >> works really well because the lenzs are sitting next to other on the phone. looks like apple built. >> not cloudy from all the gold fish. >> are they expensive? >> the clips range in price i think we had them up there 79 for the clip. can you pick them up at apple store. >> bulking think about what had you to do changing out the camera lenzs. >> amazing when you see wide
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angle landscape shots you can get with the clip. they are remarkable. follow them on instagram by the way. great photos up there here is my favorite gadget though of the morning. tucker said what's the best one. brook stone, pick it up. all kids have iphone touch. download the app. and get the robot you can control the robot from ollie and do all sorts of tricks, drive it around, scare your sister, scare the animals in the house. you can could all sorts of tricks. this will actually go up the wall. get it going up the wall if you have a ramp in the house. >> no way. >> they come with different band colors. really rugged. can you take it out in the backyard. >> that is so cool. we have a very short window where we control robots before they start controlling us. enjoy it while you can. >> where can we find out information on all these products, clayton. >> ask me on twitter. @ clayton morris.
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yesterday the golden globe nominations were announced some are upset that the walking dead, modern family and interstellar were all snubbed this year. that's okay president obama has issued an executive action granting them all a pass to nomination. >> only barely an exaggeration by the way glt president is very plugged in to pop culture and television shows. in fact, we are now learning that the president from on
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radio that he watches espn every morning. that's the thing that he is watching all morning long. this is his morning routine. stake a listen. leadership i spend most of my time watching espn in the morning. i get so much politics i don't -- you know, want to be inundated with a bunch of chatter about politics during the day. inundated by daily intelligence briefings that he misses more than half of. >> 63% who but who is counting. blown off 63% of morning intel. the one protecting the united states from its many enemies can't be bothered. >> apparently the president likes to watch sports rather than watching the news. that's different than what we have heard. remember all these scandals that have been coming out over the last couple of years and where they said they found out about it the president and his press secretary? listen to this. >> the fast and furious program when, in fact,
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everyone knows as the president did not know about this tactic until he heard about it on -- through the media. >> let me take the irs situation first i first learned will it from the same press that most people learned about it i think it was on friday. >> as said in tie statement press reports we have noage of any attempt by the justice department that seek phone records of the associated press. >> do you know when he first knew there was a problem. >> well, i think it became clear fairly early on, first couple of days. >> not before that though, not before october? >> it wasn't until they were watching the news that they learned about a lot of these big issues. >> i kind of believe it. they are not even trying. i mean, they think who disagrees with them is unreasonable and isn't worth listening to. they are not trying anymore. they don't care. if you don't like them, they don't care. >> what do you think about this friends@foxnews.com. weigh in on our facebook page this morning. >> other stories making headlines to tell you about
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now. claimed first victim a 1-year-old baby boy toddler died after drinking nicotine at his home in upstate new york. just one teaspoon could be deadly to aide choovment new york's governor andrew quom expecting new law childproof packaging for nicotine this week. judge apologizing to the family of a murdered teenager after the law only allowed him to give 5 years behind bar. he brutally murdered julie mac he will mcelhaney 40 years ago. sentencing laws from 19474 still apply. that pleens the convicted child murderer can walk free in just a few years. and ba hum bug. a soldier returning home from the holidays is being kicked out of his wife's apartment after the landlord said he has worn out his welcome. sergeant william bolt's name isn't on the lease and the landlord said visitors can only stay seven days.
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>> we haven't seen each other in six months. what's the problem with me staying with my wife. >> he said he didn't care about the situation. he didn't care about me being in the military. >> the landlord says he enforces the law -- rule for all of the tenants. he either has to prove out or they will double the rent. >> artic circle film called empty socks discovered in norwegian library. oswald rabbit.edates mickey mou. first disney film ever made. library sent digitized version to disney and keeping the original reel. >> what a cool story. >> rick reichmuth is standing by in our studio this morning. hey, rick. >> good morning, it's been a rough week for a lot of people across the country. northeast has had problems
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dave, i'm sorry to interrupt... i gotta take a sick day tomorrow. dads don't take sick days, dads take nyquil. the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine. quick look at your headlines this morning. easy for me to say. two teens who botched a jewelry store robbery now sentenced to four years in prison. one of the 17-year-olds tried to jump over the counter but fell short. he and the teen with the gun then ran out of the store but picked up by police. >> and a dislike button on facebook founder mark
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zuckerberg getting the numbs down on that idea, social media mogul saying that's not something we think is good for the world. however zuckerberg create other emotions on posts such as empathy, surprise or laughter, lol. tucker? >> big brother. thanks, clayton. al sharpton is set to descend on washington, d.c. today to tie up traffic and lead yet another protest march in the name of justice or something. this as new reports show his organization, which is called national action network is over a million dollars in debt. they don't pay their taxes. so is this organization in real financial trouble? yes. joining us now the national review, doing a lot of really good reporting on this and has some of the details. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. obviously the national action network is strongly in favor of you paying more taxes but they are not paying any taxes it sounds like.
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>> it's not necessarily that they are not paying taxes, it's that the 2013 tax document that i got provides a snapshot of their financials. there is a lot there to it question. $800,000 in taxes owed. a settlement to pay it off. it's $1.33 million in the red net negative assets. >> right. >> and yet al sharpton is drawing a huge salary and organization owes him money for a loan which raises questions about conflicts of interest. this is a saga been unfolding for 30 years. sharpton was indicted for tax fraud 25 years ago. he has been in the news on and off over the decades for not paying his vendors. not paying his taxes again and again and again. this is unmistakable pattern. no? >> yeah, "new york times" reported this week that he is $4.5 million in tax debt. now, he disputes that number. says it's not current. and that's difficult to tell. but i think with this organization in particular, you look at it and you say this organization is not in good financial health. now, the gold standard for
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not-for-profit is that they are supposed to be transparent for it it when i ask questions about his consultants $600,000 spent on it, he didn't have good answers for me. how much current tax debt he had he wouldn't answer the question. this is an organization that raises a lot of questions. what we know about it is it is not in good financial health and it has considerable tax debt. >> raises questions about criminal behavior actually. he was asked by the "new york times." his response is you are racist. you don't like black people and you don't like president obama. speaking of president obama, al sharpton is one of his closest advisors as you know. the white house press secretary josh ernest was asked recently how do you have a guy who doesn't pay his taxes, also a racial demagogue doesn't pay his taxes. and ernest answer is i don't know what you are talking about. i haven't read that story. >> that's another about sharpton that has more questions than answers to. pretty unfortunate. >> right. also keep in mind the national action network, the group ha that hasn't paid
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its taxes and didn't withhold its employees taxes, the president himself addressed this group this year. >> yeah, there have been a ton of high ranking officials that have gone in and addressed it. what i think is so problematic, we don't know where the money is coming from. i have heard that it's a lot of small donors in addition to corporate donors and just the financial health of this organization is not good. we have got $100,000 going to a consultant fee that is owned by one of the former people in charge of national action network. that raises questions about conflicts of interest. sharpton won't answer questions about his loan. won't answer questions about how much -- i have got a lot of questions here. >> when he was on trial facing felony tax charges 20 years ago, he contended that he owned nothing, including the suits in his closet and he said and i'm quoting. i have access to those suits. so, this is obama's closest domestic policy advisor. julian, you are doing important work and i can't wait to see what you unearth. >> i appreciate it. >> he entered this country
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. welcome back. a walmart cashier showing us what the holiday spirit is all about. giving generously to a total
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stranger without asking for anything in return. >> our next guest took money out of her own pocket to help an elderly man who couldn't afford her groceries. >> here with the awesome story is the walmart employee who works in upstate new york. thanks for coming on this morning. so nice to do a happy story. tell us what happened. >> well an elderly gentleman came out, took out cash, i rang up his stuff and he handed me whatever money he had. and he was a few bucks short. so he asked me if i was close enough. he took out dog food. i voided it. i said is that enough. i looked in his wallet. there was nothing. i felt so bad. so i had 2two 20s in my pocket and a ten and he asked is that enough. i said enough.
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i put it in the register, printed his receipt, gave it to him and told him to have a nice day. >> did he know what happened >> no. >> someone behind him did see what happened? >> yes. the guy was just pulling up, i think. and he asked me, he said did you just take that money out of your pocket? >> i said yes. i rang him also. he was very cheery. so he was just singing. and at the end of it he took cash back and took $40 out and handed to it me. i'm sorry what is this for >> it's for you taking the $40 out of your pocket. oh, thank you but i can't take that. you can go take to it the manager as a to nation to walmart. he's like okay. he went and talked to the manager. i didn't know any of thi happening. i didn't know anything about the news team until i went into work the next week, or two or three
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days later and then i found out. i didn't even know -- >> were you surprised? >> yes i was very surprised. to me it's something that i felt that it's done every day. it's not such a big deal to me. so when i found out about it i was very surprised. >> what about the man you helped. he had to take dog food off the conveyor belt. >> he had two different kinds of dog food. >> have you heard from him since? >> no. i don't think he even know. i'm in a nursing program. and, you know, we talk about that stuff and i didn't want him to be embarrassed in any kind of way that i was giving him money or feel any kind of hurt to his pride or dignity or anything like that. so i did not. >> we brought you on because it's a great story but we think it's a story that can transcend
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throughout the holiday season for other folks. you say it was thought something people do every day but it isn't. what's your message for people to spread some cheer. >> i want them to open up their heart and just to give every day. just to think about somebody else besides themselves every day and not just over the holidays but throughout the year. >> have you -- to the man who saw this, was sharp enough to catch this -- >> i have not spoken to him. >> you haven't. >> so these people came into your life. thank heaven he saw it by the way. >> i love that. >> merry christmas to you. what a great story. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up is there a democratic divide, a divide in the democratic party? white house says no. the evidence says otherwise. governor mike huckabee standing by to sort it out. >> there he is. >> you probably heard it a million times from your mother growing up, put on that hat.
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>> good morning. today is saturday 13th of december, 2014. while you were sleeping senate failed to pass a bill to keep the government running. who is nancy pelosi blaming? the white house. governor mike huckabee is here to talk about a democratic party divided. then emails hacked by north korea show the hollywood elite making fun of the president, saying he probably likes movies with black people in them. whoa! sound like a story mainstream media barely covering it. why? we'll tell you. an incredible sight christmas coming early for one grandmother struggling to feed
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her hungry family. she couldn't afford food so she tried shoplifting. instead of getting a pair of cuffs this police officer gave her a hug. that's not all. they will both join us live this hour. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. sometimes the show happens off the air. >> yes, it does. >> in our hallways. >> fox news alert. the senate now waiting until monday to vote on the $1.1 trillion spending bill needed to avoid a government shutdown. they will keep working today. >> some republicans demand a vote to cut funds from the bill that would be used for president obama's unilateral immigration policy. watch. >> we should consider the constitutionality of his action.
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every senator in this body should be put on record whether he or she believes it is constitutional for a president to disregard, to ignore federal immigration law. and grant blanket amnesty to millions in defiance of both the laws on the books and the voters. >> the house buying some time for the senate pass funding through wednesday. let's bring in governor mike huckabee to get his analysis on this. nice to see you, governor. >> good morning all. >> what do you make of this delay? >> it's healthy. republicans won big in november and then act like they lose. i don't get that. nobody wants to shut government down but in this case you got democrats who are as unhappy with this bill as republicans. this san opportunity for republicans to say what the president did is unconstitutional, it is illegal, we're not going to support it, we're not going to fund it and there has to be some compromise. this is not a time for the congress to default.
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here's the reason. we want to get home for christmas. well bully four. everybody wants to be home for christmas. do your stinking job. do your job. >> what's so interesting for people who continue to follow this stuff, all of a sudden you're seeing how profoundly a lot of democrats on the hill dislike president obama. >> it is stunning. when you have nancy pelosi coming out and openly distancing herself from the president, what has been brewing underneath the surface has exploded since the election. harry reid lost the leadership position. he deep down knows not only his own incompetence he would never admit but the president who has squandered the opportunity to have been a great president and instead has become a president that acts as if he's been named the ten pot despot of america. >> let's watch this soap opera that's unfoldled between two top dems, nancy pelosi coming out against the president and josh earnest. >> enormously disappointed that the white house feels that the
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only way they can get a bill is to go along with this and that would be the only reason i think they would say they would sign such a bill that would weaken a critical component of system financial reform aimed at reducing taxpayer risk. >> i'll just say that the president has always had not just a good working relationship but an open line of communication with leader pelosi. and that didn't change yesterday. and it's not going to change in the future. >> your response to that? >> oh, come on. please. you know what most people would love just to say we really have a sharp disagreement with this. we like the former speaker but she's wrong. why can't there be candor or honesty. nobody is being straightforward. americans are adult enough and mature enough to hand tell truth and don't get it. then we become more cynical about government. >> nobody ever says that.
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knock off the kabuki stuff. tell us the truth. >> we want to learn about the truth of the cia interrogation program. how much of this big report is factual, both sides playing politics. it's a political football right now. vice news went right to the source, the architect of the enhanced interrogation program dr. james -- i forget his last name -- dr. james mitchell and he sat down with him on a boat and he thinks that democrats are trying to basically gain control, more control over the cia and really playing politics with this. what do you think about it? >> i don't know whether they want to gain control of the cia but they are playing politics. but they are playing with people's lives. we need more human intelligence. how easy will it be to recruit somebody to work for the cia after something like this. do you want to work for an agency that's been criticized which congress. they spent $40 million of our money on this report. they never talked to the people
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who hand the program. how serious are you about a fact finding mission if you shut out the people who have the facts of being interviewed and being a part of the report. of this not a fact finder this was a fault finder. they had the conclusion from the beginning and went out and searched to see if they could find something validated. i feel there's a real disconnect between the atmosphere after 9/11 when even democrats were saying whatever it takes to stop this. remember. remember how america felt? and we were frankly at that point thinking there's another attack on the way. i'm incensed by this. >> president obama said let's not be sanctimonious. why do you think there's this different tenor coming out? >> they forget what they
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themselves said months, weeks, years ago. as a result they act differently and act like there's nothing on videotape. it's almost like, folks, we have google now. i hate to break this to you. we can find out what you said six years ago. >> i totally agree with everything you said. when i was a kid, the nsa does not spy on america. it's focused outward. i don't want americans -- >> i'm with you on that. >> i'm not a paranoia crazy. >> if they have a warrant and probably cause, go get that terrorist. >> let's talk more about the hollywood hypocrisy and fall out of the hacking at sony pictures and emails that were uncovered by two pretty heavy hitters where they were making fun of the president, many remember likening them to racial remarks,
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he would like any movie with a black comedian or like "12 years as a slave." fox news is covering it. the liberal media is not covering it. >> i'm shocked they have not covered this. they covered benghazi and james rosen wiretapping. all the things they have been covering and showing, they are absolutely unbiassed journalistic viewpoint. let's not kid ourselves. they will not cover this story because this exposes the hypocrisy and the double mindedness of the left. and they can't handle that story. they just can't handle it. it's a tragedy that these executives are able to get away with this when any conservative who says anything is drummed out ofunceremoniously. >> they changed the movie because north korea didn't like it. sony pictures is taking orders from north korea. isn't that a big story?
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>> it's a huge story. the fact we're paying any attention to north korea is bizarre. this is one of the most filthy rogue governments that exists on planet earth and has for a number of generations. again, it's amazing to me that we have allowed north korea to dictate certain aspects even of our entertainment industry. >> how did north korea get like a preview copy of the movie? >> they don't spend money feeding their people, their people eat lawn clippings. they have this money for to things. military and including weapons and spying. when you don't have housing, clean water, medical care for the peons of your country amazing how much money you have left over to spy on sony. >> governor, we'll being watching you tonight at 8:00. >> thank you very much. >> on to this fox news alert. two u.s. troops were killed in afghanistan. their convoy was attacked by
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taliban fighters near bagram air base. their deaths mark the first casualties this month. the assaults comes ahead of withdrawal of foreign troops by the end of this year. 22-year-old sunday arrest for a shooting on a school campus in portland. police say the gunman opened fire at the rosemary anderson high school in a gang-related shooting. and stay away that's the message from nypd union. the new york city mayor bill de blasio sending a letter to the mayor's office asking him not to attend any funerals of officers killed in the line of duty. the letter saying the mayor doesn't quote support and respect police. tensions have been high between new york's finest and the mayor following the eric garner grand jury decision. and the pineapple express storm system leaving behind a mess.
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story. i checked. it is. smuggling weed into our country, violating our laws and we have to pay him for emotional distress. >> not only is this story infuriating but it's scary. if the government settles or the judge is wimpy enough to award this person any damages it will be the new business model for illegals to come here, get a boo-boo, sue and send that money back home. not a good idea. not a good precedent. it better not happen. eric wouldn't it be smarter rather than smuggling marijuana ambulance chaser and sue the u.s. government. >> this is not fair. >> i know. >> no. whether he was jimmy hoffa or mother teresa was entitled to fairness. this man mauled him while he was asleep. >> that's it. he is not an american.
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our protection should extend to americans. this guy is not -- he's violating our laws. why should he get the same protections i get. >> everyone on our soil gets the same protection. if you fly to france you're protected by law. the same thing if someone comes here. just because he was doing something illegal does not mean those protections go out the window. this man is allowed fairness and for a border patrol officer to let a dog maul this man and ignore him -- >> am as a taxpayer allowed fairness or doesn't apply to me. >> if you come to my house and my dog bites you you won't collect from me. number two, this guy got free medical when he went to jail for smug technology dope. he paid -- it wasn't a maul. it was a bite. the dog is doing his job. thank god for the dog. >> emotional distress. >> he was asleep and the dog was
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all over him -- >> he was smuggling. >> if you're sleeping and a dog is tearing your hand off. >> illegal alien drug smugler and now i have to pay for his emotional distress. >> i'm not condoning his behavior. let's be clear about that. however everyone is entitled to fairness. >> so i guess the bottom line is this guy actually has a case. common sense intrudes at no point during the process and the rest of us have to stand back and pay an illegal alien drug smugler for emotional distress. >> don't let it happen. >> eric, great to see you anyway. thank you for coming. >> great to see you as well. >> the father had a seizure behind the wheel. instead of panicking this 13-year-old boy, a boy scout jumped into action and took the wheel and saved both of their lives. we'll hear from him next. you heard it before, feed a cold
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starve a fever. no. erin tolbert is here to set us straight on cold weather myths. she has the facts straight ahead. ♪ baby it's cold outside ♪ so very nice ♪ i'll hold your hands
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hi everyone 22 minutes after the hour. six gitmo detainees pictured living it up in south america. they were released this week to uruguay. photographs strolling through the capital. the men bought cheese, bread and yogurt and gave a thumbs up to
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the camera. adrian peterson may never take the football field again. he's considering stepping away from the sport and pursuing another career. the minnesota viking running back was suspended as punishment for whipping his 4-year-old son with a tree branch. winter brings the battle of figuring out how in the the world stay warm and avoid getting sick. every year 1 billion people suffer from a cold. it turns out most of what you've heard about what to do when that happens isn't true at all. joining us now to help separate cold fact from fiction, er nurse practicetion, erin tolbert. practicetion, erin tolbert. we were told these things as a
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counters, table tops where germs can live. >> you see teenagers, how does that kid wearing shorts right now, he's going to catch a cold but not true. >> not true. >> the teenager has a leg up on me. >> not true. >> here's another one, maybe it's a myth. tell us. you don't need as much water in the winter. you don't need to drink as much water? >> this is false. it's a very common misconception. you need as much water in the winter as the summer. the reason for this is those mucous membranes in nose and mouth help you from getting sick. if you are dehydrated it can't trap germs and viruses that make you ill. so you need to stay i had decorated. men need about three liters of
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water a day. ladies about two. that's about 13 glasses for guys, nine glasses for women. >> you know erin is serious when they looks in the camera. what about this one. i've heard about this. wear a hat because we lose 90% of our body heat from our head. is that true? >> it's false. there was an interesting study done in the 1950s where researchers dressed these people up in arctic suits and sent them outside in the cold to see what happened. oh, gosh 90% of body heat is lost. that's the head that was exposed. if you went out in swur trunks you would lose 10% of your body heat from head. bundle. you can lose body heat from any body surface. so bundle up evenly all over the board. that will happy you feel warmer. >> here's another myth. feed a cold, starve a fever. >> yes. parents come to me all the time
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in the er they are worried their kids are sick and not eating. in reality you need to focus on hydration. make popsicles. great way to get your kids some fluids, get a few calories. kids love popsicles. make your own at home with ped imi pedialite. >> ice cream can make a cold worse. >> some people feel it increases mucous production. this isn't true. if you're getting intense congestion after eating dairy you could have a dairy allergy. get that checked out. use your illness to get an extra scoop. >> erin, great to see you this morning. coming up, president obama and mitt romney on the same team?
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what's got these two coming together. we'll find out. 11 shopping days left until christmas. can you believe it? do you still need a gift? don't change that channel. all of these last minute gift ideas are under 20 bucks. [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. [ m'm... ] great taste. [ tapping ] sounds good. campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good.®
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candles. 16 handles not candles. i'll get it right. it's a good morning for that. we'll do a little bit of weather. we have big rain out across parts of california. southern california getting it not as much as northern california. northern california one spot saw almost 17 inches. today across areas of the northeast, we're going to deal with a cool day and feel that lingering pesty system across areas of maine bringing more snow but nothing that will add up to too much. down in the southeast a dry day and looking at pretty comfortable temperatures not that bad and really a nice stretch there. if you want nice temperatures go to plains. really cold and snowy november. now we're seeing temps warm up and lot of that snow is melting and almost gone. today another day where we see 50s and 60s. out west a storm that brought all of the trouble in across southern california moving in across the four corners and northern rockies.
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16 handles, thank you very much. cheers. enjoy, everyone. back to you inside. >> what's the name of the store? >> 16 handles. have you heard of it? >> handles. >> thanks. 33 minutes after the hour. brand new pictures showing smoke rising from a luxury cruise liner after a fire broke out in the engine room killing a crew member and two contractors. it was docked in st. lucia at the time. more than 650 passengers were on board. >> enormous amount of jet black smoke, 15 minutes later there was another explosion. >> passengers were chartered to the cruise's final destination in miami. no word yet on what caused the fire. what is bringing president obama and mitt romney together? their top campaign aides are now teaming up working on washington, d.c.'s bid to host the 2024 summer olympics.
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d.c. must first win the support of the u.s. olympic committee. terrifying moment for a 13-year-old boy scout. imagine looking over and seeing your father having a seizure while driving while behind the wheel. that's exactly what happened to this arkansas family. instead of panicking the 13-year-old took charge and steered them to safety. we spoke to him earlier. >> i panicked for a millisecond and went into action, did what i had to do. i made sure that i didn't hurt anybody and we drove through an intersection and stopped a few house away from the intersection. >> neither of them were hurt in that ordeal. there's a chance to wish upon a star this weekend a major meteor shower will be shining across the night sky. nasa says the annual spectacular peaks tonight and tomorrow night. the best views are in this area
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anywhere between 11:30 p.m. experts predict you can see up to 80 meteors an hour in rural areas. all right. let's get it over to tucker and rick for a look at what's going on at bass pro. >> it's beginning to look a lot like christmas at bass pro shops. santa's wonderland is still open along with amazing deals. >> you're here with bass pro shops. >> yeah. >> you were an auto mechanics. >> yes. let's talk about bass pro shops real quick. >> you know what you're talking about. >> let's talk about the biggest deal bass pro shops has. so bass pro shops is giving away a 2015 toyota camry v 6. last year the toyota camry was
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rated the number one dependable car. the most dependable mid-size car. so we're giving away two. one on december 19th, one on december 24th. all you have to do to win is register online or in our stores. no purchase necessary. that's a gift of $36,000. all you have to do is win is register online or at our stores. >> so speaking of stores you all have some, i mean some deals that are genuinely impressive. >> we do. right here we have the national reflection ladies willow bend slippers or the red head men's lodge mocs, $19. >> $19.27. under $20. here for those cold days in the field the red head thermal lined jeans under 0 $30. flannel. every man loves flannel. the sherpa shirt. ladies love men in flannel. just under $20.
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but this one, this is the most impressive, this is the uncle pro hunter knife. built with that heirloom quality. that's $20. $20. >> not doing an infomercial i'm being sincere. wet stone -- >> 19.90. >> i'm getting one. >> you're getting one. >> i want to buy a couple. >> i'm serious. how cool is that. >> last one, i think this is the perfect gift, our best bass pro gift card. it's rated number one because it's refundable if lost or stolen, never expires and to fees associated with it. i told you earlier in the first segment, last minute christmas morning go online to bass pro.com and buy the e version of the gift card. christmas morning shopping. >> a little late but still
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impressive. >> all right. send it over to you guys. they got their shopping done. senator john mccain spent five and a half years as a prisoner of war and now slamming the cia report. >> i know from personal experience that the abuse of prisoners will produce more bad that good intelligence. >> but another p.o.w. held with john mccain has a different take and he joins us live next. >> christmas coming early for one grandmother who tried to steal food for her family but this cop gave her a hug instead of handcuffs. they both join us live to tell us their touching story. >> but first we got a look what's coming up on america's news headquarters. >> hello, everybody coming up at noon eastern. a battle over the budget. a rare working weekend as the senate tries to avoid a government shutdown. lindsey graham speaks out on the fallout from the cia torture report and inspiring story of a
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. the caught on camera edition. don't try this at school kids. >> a teen prankster sitting off a firecracker in his classroom in the netherlands. no word how much trouble the teen got in. talk about a smooth move, watch this. a guy at a gym slips and fall while impressing a woman and saves himself by embarrassment by instantly doing push ups like he meant to fall. can we call bf on this. who is filming the guy randomly and he does this. this video went viral. he happens to be filmed at that time by someone.
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come on this was a set up. he's trying to hit on that woman. am i right? >> thanks. 42 minutes after the hour. former vietnam p.o.w. senator john mccain is slamming the cia in the wake of the senator interrogation report. >> i know from personal experience that the abuse of prisoners will produce more bad than good intelligence. this question isn't about our enemy, it's about us. it's about how we represent ourselves to the world. >> but now another vietnam p.o.w. who was held in hanoi with mccain said he couldn't disagree more. joining us now is colonel ellis. >> good morning. well i wouldn't say that i couldn't disagree more. i agree with senator mccain on many things. in general the position he holds we need to cling to our values. i think the thing here the
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context of the situation and whether or not we were able to get meaningful information. i think we probably were and in that case in the context of right after 9/11 i think it was probably the right thing to do to use enhanced interrogation. >> the idea of using enhanced interrogation is to get valuable information to try to keep americans safe. many would say that that's okay. in fact, a lot of senators completely disagree with john mccain. why is that? >> well i'm not sure. i think -- i've bento the 9/11 museum last week and as i toured through there i went from crying to fierce anger about what happened to through. it kept coming back to me. well if we were able to obtain information, which from some people you might not be able to through enhanced interrogation, i agree with senator mccain, you can get a lot of bad information through enhanced interrogation
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or torture but if we get good information saving our city or country then maybe it's worth a try. that needs to be controlled those. i think there needs very tight controls on it from a legal perspective and from a leadership perspective. >> what do you think about the policy of going and killing these alleged terrorists with drones and doing so blindly not being able to gather the intel. there's no way you can get intel from a dead person, are you? >> well that's true and i do support the drone program but i think it's got to be very carefully controlled like enhanced interrogation. we can't go around throwing drones into, you know, huts here and there, every where. that needs be tightly controlled for a purpose and the people that are calling the shots on that need to be strong leaders under the military but also civilian control so that we know exactly what we're doing. >> can we trust this report, cia
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director john brennan says the report is actually exaggerated. >> there were no easy answers. whatever you views on eits our nation and in particular this agency did a lot of thing right during this difficult time. there is a lot of exaggeration, misrepresentation of the facts and this was i think certain agendas are being pursued. >> can we believe all 500 pages of this report? >> well, i just think the report might be one sided. it was done for a purpose by one group that didn't really do much interrogation from what i've read, didn't go talk to the people to see what really went on. i would say it may be very one sided so i think there's usually two sides to most questions and i think as american citizens we need to look at both sides to try to understand what the context of the situation was and what actually happened. and we do need to be on guard to
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protect ourselves from stepping over those boundaries. i very firmly believe that and i think out of this situation this happened, i think senator mccain's position will help us to guard against that and i think the other position of being willing and able to use enhanced interrogations in certain situations, i think would probably be the right thing to do. i generally agree with what brennan said and some of the other cia heads and directors have said, i think they are very accurate we did get some good information and i think leaders have to make very tough decisions, very courageous decisions and i think they had to make some of those and i think that's what happened. >> colonel ellis, we thank you for your time and your service to this country. >> thank you. >> 47 minutes after the hour. like a scene out of the movie "twister" but in a very unlikely place. >> oh [bleep] >> it's a tornado in downtown
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los angeles. and this grandmother in need. she tried to steal food to feed her family. instead of giving her handcuffs the cop gave her a hug and some cash. we'll be talking to both of them next. while every business is unique,
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iceberg here. officer william stacy and the woman he helped, helen johnson, join us now. great to see you this morning. we've been talk about you all this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> officer, explain to me what wept through your mind when you got this call to go after helen after what had happened at the store? hoo well, it's just your typical call. i arrived on scene, made contact with miss johnson, the store advised me she had stolen some eggs. miss johnson denied having eggs. she gave me a story about her children, they needed food. i felt like i needed to do more than just leave it alone. i bought the eggs for her and gave them to her and here we are. >> helen, you didn't have any eggs on you. the officer stacy comes up to you. what did you think when he came up to you? >> actually, i had three eggs on me, but they were cracked.
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and i was afraid -- i thought i was going to jail. and when i looked at him he looked like an angel, but as it turned out he was just one of god's angels and he came to my rescue and he helped me and my family. >> what did you tell him about your kids? >> i told him that we hadn't eaten in two days and one was 1 years old and the other one was 3. >> unbelievable. officer stacy, you had gone to her house before. what did you see and what did you think? >> i just got a glimpse for her life and how it wasn't the ideal conditions. her story lined up with what i saw that day when i wept to her house. i truly and believed she was being honest with me. >> what do you say to people who say, look, this is a lovely story, but are you encouraging shoplifting saying, you know what, we give you a pass, we give you a pass to everyone? what do you say about that? >> no, sir. that's not how i feel. that's not how it is. it's just -- i felt like that was the best course of action to
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go about with the situation. it wasn't about shoplifting. it's about the kids. and the kid needed food. you can't let kid go hungry. it's not their fault. i hope -- >> you didn't because you didn't stop there. in fact, you brought more groceries to her house. why did you do that? >> all those groceries were donated by a bunch of people. we've had amazing response from the public to assist miss johnson. and i just happened to be at work that day and everybody started bringing all the groceries and the whole entire shift started taking groceries to her house. >> helen, what did you think when those groceries started coming in? >> i thought that i had to be the most blessed person in the world to have these people to look after me. not just protect me but to look after me and make sure my family was fed. i just felt over. >> joe:ed. >> helen, there's got to be a lesson here, kids watching this morning out there, growing up,
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looking at you this morning on national television. what do you say to those kids about right and wrong? >> i want you to know that god is real. if you pray to god and ask god for what you want and just wait on it, it will happen. you don't have to steal to get what you want. you can always walk up to an officer and ask for exactly what you need. and i'm sure they'll help you. >> and the police officers are good and kind. officer stacy, there's been so much bad news about police officers over the past few weeks. what do you say to those who think that you know what, this doesn't happen, police officers aren't this nice? >> well, i'm ham pi this has happened. it's shed a new light on law enforcement officers, showing that we do have hearts and we do care about the public. we do, and that's the truth. we're here to protect and serve and that's what we do. and i'm glad this has happened. >> wonderful you guys have done a great job and touched all of our hearts this morning.
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officer william stacy, helen johnson, we hope you have a merry christmas. >> thank you, sir. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> let us know your thoughts about that story. go to our facebook page this morning. ffweekend on facebook. coming up on the show, great story about the police to this, a new rap video called "kill cops" is now hitting the web. and you'll never believe who plays a starring role in it. two public defenders paid for with taxpayer dollars. then in your chile's classroom, sex ed classes courtesy of planted parenthood. is it too much too soon? we'll debate it. ame's louis, and i quit smoking with chantix. i had tried to do it in the past. i hadn't been successful. quitting smoking this time was different because i got a prescription for chantix. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. the fact that it reduced the urge to smoke helped me
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i'm anna kooiman and a "fox news alert." while you were sleep, the senate passed a bill that will keep the government running. will we see another shutdown? why is nancy pelosi mad at the white house? then preparing to shut down washington, d.c., today in the name of justice. a repulsive display of anti-cop rhetoric emerges. a rap video with scenes like this glorifying the murder of police officers. we've got the details. and a soldier home for the holidays kicked to the curb? the landlord that says this american hero wore out his welcome. boy, your e-mails are pouring in. "fox & friends" hour four. can you believe it? fourth hour starts right now. >> you're watching "fox & friends." >> anna kooiman. >> good morning. >> clayton morris.
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tucker carlson. good to see you. we have the best facebook page at fox, by the way. all those other shows, ffweekend on our facebook page. weigh in on our stories. first the "fox news alert." the senate waiting until monday to vote on the $1.1 trillion spending bill needed to avoid a government shutdown. but they will keep working today. >> some republicans are ke demanding a vote to cut funds from the bill that would be used for obama's illegal immigration policy. >> the american people have great concerns with the president's decision to take action unilaterally with regard to executive amnesty. this is an action that is rather unprecedented and rather unsupported by the law. >> but nancy pelosi seems to think the white house is at fault for the potential shutdown. take a listen to this.
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>> i'm enormously disappointed that the white house feels that the only way they can get a bill is to go along with this and that would be the only reason i think they would say they would sign such a bill that would weaken a critical component of financial system reform aimed at reducing taxpayer risk. >> well, the house buying some time for the senate, passing a bill to extend funding through wednesday. so you've seen the protests all around the country, in washington, new york, but in cities really from coast to coast about what they call police brutality. well, one outgrowth of this is a new rap video. it has a subtle name. see if you can guess what it's about. the video is called "kill cops" and it's about killing cops. graphic images, representations of people killing police officers. as you watch this, some of the people in this video are public defenders paid for with your tax dollars. watch this.
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♪ >> the video is called "hands up." there you see the public defenders. one scene shows like an execution-style gun to the head, and here it is. take a look at that. >> a white cop looking down the barrel of a gun. >> the public defender said we didn't know these images would be in this video, but like you said earlier, a great point, if you sign your name to something, agree to be in something, wouldn't you want to see it before it's released? >> and they never said they weren't familiar with the lyrics of the song, which are -- we're having to bleep them out. >> why would you sign on for it? >> because you're on board with the idea. by the way, it's not just that it's vulgar. it's that it promotes violence
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and race hatred. how is that good thing and why are people being paid by tax dollars involved with this? you could ask the same question of al sharpton, who's not on the federal payroll but he is one of the president's closest adviser, a frequent guest at the white house. he helped choose the new attorney general. he's running around city to city whipping up race hatred. why is that okay? >> you're going to see big protest today, one of the demonstration there in washington, d.c., from al sharpton, also in new york city, washington square park. >> because, you know, if you want justice, you know, the first thing you should do is prevent people from getting to work or getting thome see their children at the end of the day. blocking roads brings justice in the same looting liquor stores does or bringing down a dollar store. that's justice. explain what's justice. if you have a political point, you're upset about eric garner, i understand that for sure. why is preventing me from getting home to see my children making things better? >> or if a woman is having a
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baby or somebody is having a heart attack having a hard time getting to the hospital. >> al sharpton blocked the lanes. maybe the president will learn about this new scandal this morning as he wakes up and reads the morning paper. what he does in the morning to get his news is he watches espn all morning. that's how he starts off this morning. according to a new radio interview, take a listen to the president. >> listen, i spend most of my time watching espn in the morning. i get so much politics i don't, you know, want to be inundated with a bunch of chatter about politics during the day. >> also don't want to be inundated with my daily intelligence security briefings, you know, to make sure that the united states stays safe. i'm going to miss about half of those, maybe more. >> 53%, but who's counting. >> this is also untrue. ask anybody on the democratic side who says anything even mildly critical of the administration they get called
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immediately. they rarely stray from the script. because the white house is paying very close attention to what they say. >> what about the script for all these scandals? we were watching the news. that's you who we found out about it. we had no idea any of these issues were going on. take a look back. >> the fast and furious program, when, in fact, everyone knows the president did not know about this tactic until he heard about it through the media. >> let me take the irs situation first. i first learned about it from the same news reports that i think most people learned about this. i think it was on friday. >> as i said yesterday in my statement, other than press reports we have no knowledge of any attempt by the justice department to seek phone records of the associated press. >> do you know when he first knew that there was a problem? >> well, i think it became clear fairly early on. the first couple of days. >> before that, show thoe. not before october --
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>> we had to turn on the news to learn all of this information. i bet, though, to your point, it's probably a lot of staff members watching the news. they have every network sitting there, scrolling through it. maybe the president's off watching espn. he's saying give me the rundown of what everyone is saying. >> my understanding is he had david brooks to the white house over 20 times in his tenure. and i'm not attacking brooks, but i'm saying that's the guy who pays very close attention to his press clippings. that's not someone who's just watching basketball. that's someone who really cares. >> we want to know what you thought this morning. proud american sweet 2013ed and said this -- do you suppose espn would mind putting some intelligence reports into their morning programming for the sake of our country? >> e-mail now from p.m.r realize brief rgs the same as the president's. >> he watches espn too. >> that is hilarious. when "sportscenter" starts doing threat assessments. very good. >> maybe you should watch "fox & friends" in the morning, mr. president, and learn a few
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things about what's going on in the administration. >> what's making headlines this saturday morning on this "fox news alert." two u.s. troops have been killed in afghanistan. their convoy was attacked by taliban fighters in the eastern part of the country near bagram air base. their deaths marked the first troop casualties in afghanistan this month. also overnight a homicide bomber destroys the defense ministry, but carrying afghan soldiers. the surge of militant assault in kabul comes ahead of the withdrawal by most foreign troops by the end of this year. a california judge apologizing to the family of a murdered teenager after the law only allowed him to give the killer five years behind bars. curtis tucker brutally murdered 13-year-old julie mcel haynie 40 years ago. he was arrested in 2012, but sentencing laws from 1974 still apply. that means the convicted child murder rer can walk free in just a few years. and a big win for journalism. attorney general eric holder is not going to force "new york
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times" reporter james grayson to reveal his confidential source. he's been battling for a year after the book he wrote, "state of war," revealed a cia effort to sabotage iran's nancy pelosi progra -- nuclear weapons program. he would have faced contempt of court. and the pineapple express storm leaving behind quite a mess, packing high winds, flooding parts of southern california. heavy rains causing this rooftop to dmaif at a san jose supermarket. in los angeles, a homeless mac man and his wife had to be rescued after a river flooded. they are both okay. a rare tornado hit south los angeles. >> oh [ bleep ]! oh [ bleep ]! [ bleep ]! >> it ripped apart rooftops and downed trees with winds reaching up to 85 miles an hour. fortunately, no one was hurt.
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>> rick is tracking this weather for us. he is standing by with a look at everything. >> incredible storm. this is the rainy season in california so if you're going to get it, this is when you want to get it. good morning, everyone. thank you. all right. take a look. we'll show you how much rain regot there. lake arrowhead about 3 1/2 inches, downtown l.a. 1.6 inches. that's great certainly compared to what you've been dealing with for the last 20 months or so. this is how much rain we would need in the next three months to end this drought drought we've been talking act so long. l.a., you need 20 to 25 inches in three months in order to end this drought. go towards the northern california area, 30 to 35 inches. we've got about the next four months where we have rainy season and the next week. there you go, monday, we have more rain that moves in, tuesday still dealing with it, wednesday, another batch, and go towards next friday into saturday, another batch. this active pattern across the west looks like it's going to continue and that will be great news. the other thing that's been
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happening is very warm temperatures across the plains. all the cold air has been across parts of the west and that has warmed you up a lot in and across the southern plains. en. >> joe: another couple of days of temps, 20 to 30 degrees above average, all the way towards areas like minnesota and the dakotas. won't complain about that if you get that in december. back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. a lot of people slamming the cia after the release of that interrogation report this week. did those techniques actually work? that may be the key question. our next guest, lieutenant colonel tony shafer, has performed these techniques himself and has the answer. stay tuned. plaus soldier home for the holidays out of his home. the land lord that says this american hero wore out his welcome. fired up about this. reading your e-mails and maybe m of you wanting to know the name of the apartment complex. we'll tell you.
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brighter denture everyday. the cia's coercive interrogation techniques were not an effective means of acquiring accurate intelligence or gaining detainee cooperation. >> a former senior intelligence officer speaking out against senator feinstein and the cia's interrogation report. lieutenant colonel tony shafer, who spent years conducting interrogations against our nation's enemies, saying the methods are not torture but, instead, a tried-and-true method effective for gaining important intelligence. colonel shafer joins us now. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> so tell us when you were involved in these types of interrogations, who was it against, and how did they work? >> the only time i can talk about specifically, which has
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been cleared is my book, "operation dark heart," from 2003. i did this for 30 years so suffice it to say i did it a number of times. so with that said, what she's saying is completely incorrect. coercive methods work and work very well. people are trained to do them. we have always done these sorts of things. when senator john mccain says this is not our traditions, we have done this as a military and intelligence service since before world war ii. so they are coercive. they do tend to make people very uncomfortable, and in the end they actually do very much pay off. and i'm appalled by the fact that senator feinstein and what they're doing is trying to move this line from what is legitimate interrogation over to torture. it is not torture. >> okay. sleep deprivation, isolation, what else do you think is tried-and-true and okay? >> right. well, stress positions. making people feel very uncomfortable. basically one of the most effective things, as you mentioned, isolation, the idea of picking out certain cultural
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vulnerabilities and certain psychological vulnerabilities and hammering them. one of the things i did with interrogation we've talked about on the network here is the individual identified a very key vulnerability, something he feared most. and we hammered it constantly. we threatened his life as he knew it. basically we said your life as you know it is gone unless you cooperate. and that was a huge motivator. that played a lot of fear on him and he changed his mind and gave thus information. >> two things, colonel shaffer. these terrorists we're fighting are not like our heroes. >> no. >> in the united states armed services. they don't mind dying for their cause, number one. two, when they're in these terrorist training camp, aren't they trained on how to deal with interrogation and at all costs don't give away what's really happening? >> everybody eventually breaks. this is where i would distinguish between pain and misery. if you hammer someone -- and we're all taught to resist this.
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something called sears training we all go through pip've gone through the same training as everybody else has on this. and you're trained to endure it, but eventually you break. the question then becomes how to you break someone. if you break someone with pain, they tend to say things to make you go away. if you do it over a period of time to understand how to psychologically break them, information from that is much more effective and much more accurate. there is a difference. and frankly, again, senator feinstein's report completely blows away the distinction and how this actually does work. >> okay. colonel shaffer, thanks for your time. >> thank you. >> 18 minutes after the hour. president wants to close gitmo. so what happens to all the terrorists then? you're looking at it. these guys out far stroll and wa waving for the cameras. then coming to your child's classroom, sex ed classes courtesy of planned parenthood? is this too much too soon? our parenting panel is here. [ female announcer ] hands were made for talking.
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california-based robot company. welcome to our new robot masters. clayton. thanks, tucker. parents, bet this wasn't a lesson in your school. a planned parenthood teaching teens at a high school to choose their own jernd among other things using this little picture. called the genderbread person. the sex ed class doesn't stop there, but is this really planned parenthood's business teaching your kids the birds and the bees? here this week is psychotherapist thomas kirstie in the middle, melissa gerstein on the far left and mother and chef brooke parker. nice to see you this morning. >> thanks for having us. >> i want to read what brad dakes from the pacific justice institute said about planned parenthood. he said they get more grants from the promiscuity of children than for material that mirrored their agenda, that money is at the heart of all this. do you agree or disagree? >> i just think it's
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inappropriate. i don't know if money is at the heart of it, but i want a science teacher or a health care professional talking to my children, not someone from an organization with a very clear agenda. >> yeah. i have a problem with this. i mean, it's kind of like having a fast food company come in and teach kids about nutrition. and, yeah, that's a parent's role. this is not something that we want planned parenthood coming in and teaching our kids. the thing that bothers me the most abt is that the kids felt pressured into having sex. we want to have 13-year-olds feeling pressured not to have sex. >> we want to educate them act diseases, what do in a situation, and i want what i'm teaching my children to be mirrored at school. i think it has to be a constant conversation about sex so they can come to you. i think what they did alienated them. the gingerbread? show a young lady and a young male. we have a penis, a vagina, we have to use these words and educate our children with the right language. >> not be shy about talking
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about it. we are human beings after all. >> parents didn't know about this, weren't eve ayn ware that planned parenthood was there teaching their kids. they had to learn about it when their kids came home. how would you react, brooke? >>wy wasn't there a form sent out informing them of what was to come? i absolutely would have gone ballistic. if parker, our daughter, came home and told me about a ginger person, i would have gone straight to the principal, i believe. i wonder if this is starting in california and now going to sweep across the rest of the country. >> my son had sex education in his school and it was done by a health expert, we were informed about the agenda. people and parents can opt out. this situation, it sounds like no one was informed properly. >> i don't like the opt out idea. i like the opt-in idea. if you want an organization to come in and talk to kids, opt in and do it after school hours, not during health classes when you have an outside agency with its own agenda. >> weigh in on facebook
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page. and this, talking act facebook, mark zuckerberg been doing a lot of press lately and at a town hall was skld by a mom, if you and i were married how would you and i handle our daughter on facebook? he said he wouldn't limit it at all. >> he can't eve ayn dress this. he's not parent. he has no idea. i'm tealing with this with my child right now who's 12 who's on social media, which i regret putting him on. he has no idea and he's touting his business. he owns the largest social media brand in the world pip think this is a very ignorant comment by him. >> i'm sensitive to this one. i lecture on this all the time to parents. i can tell you as a therapist and private practice, the majority of the problems coming from my office are kids that can't comb in the real world because they're spending most of their time in a virtual world.
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>> mark zuckerberg should stick to coding, not kids. it's like a car executive saying every child should get a car at 16 regardless of the risks or the costs. of coursitis a self-serving -- >> but i this do think it's important that he has the mind-set and is answering these questions because this is what our world is now. and he needs to know what's to come and how these children are reacting because of it. >> facebook was wide open before. put a lot of sprooif things in place over the years. >> i'm glad he got rid of that dislike. >> great to see you guys this morning. thanks so much. go to our facebook page and weigh in and let us know your thoughts on that. ffweekend. coming up on the show, a reminder what the holidays are all about. she was behind the register when a customer realized he didn't have enough money to pay for his food. so this walmart cashier went into her own wall tote help him out. hear from her next. and not the brightest bulb in the bunch.
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>> welcome back to fox and friends on this saturday morning. there's ban lot of kindness on the show this morning. usually we have a lot of bad news to report to you, unfortunately, but this morning we had a lot of great stories. >> one of our senior producers said i cried this morning on the show twice for good reason, just out of happiness, holiday happiness. there's a walmart cashier in upstate new york who noticed this man, an older gentleman, and he had a pile of things and then when she tallied it all up, it was too expensive. he didn't have enough money. so he started taking things back out like his dog food and a couple other items and said do i have enough and rather than telling him know, she dug money out of her own pocket, put it in the register and let him go on his merry way. >> she didn't tell anybody, didn't seek attention for this at all. thank heaven the next guy in line saw this happened and said did you just give him 40 bucks of your own money? he said, yeah, i did. he took 40 bucks of his own
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money and tried to give it to her and she couldn't accept it. he went to her manager. her name was jenny carpin. completely cool and decent person. here's what she said. >> i took it out of my pocket and put it on there and he said is that enough? the third time. and i was, like, yes, so i slimmed it in the register, put it in with his money, the $40, it was his, pii put it in the register, printed his receipt, gave it to him, and said have a nice day. just to give every day, just to think about somebody else besides himself every day, and not just over the holidays but throughout the year. >> some ceo or president of some corporation with tons of money to give, $40 is probably a lot of money. >> and she's in nursing school too. >> walmart cashier. exactly. this might be catching on because it happened in al mannar also. helen johnson, a grandmother, she couldn't feed her kids, hi thai hasn't eat en in two days and she goes to the grocery
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store and steals some eggs. she had three eggs that ended up cracking in her coat. there's a police officer who's called to the scene for shoplifting. and he doesn't arrest her. he ends up buying her groceries, goes in and buys eggs, gives hear hug, and that that's where the story begins. we had them on the show earlier this morning. watch. >> it wasn't about shoplifting. it was about the kids. and the kids needed food. you can't let kid go hungry. it's not their fault. all those groceries were donated by a bunch of people. we've had an amazing response from the public to assist miss johnson. >> i thought i had to be most blessed person in the world to have these people to look after me. not just to protect me but to look after me and to make sure my family was fed. >> americans are really, really, really nice. i'm not for stealing. i have to say that out loud. >> of course. >> there's got to be a moral
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lesson here. at the end of the day, you did steal so, what lesson does that send? she said we all get second chances and i pay prey to god, just ask for help. ask for help next time. >> there's a lot of help available for people who ask for it because americans are really nice. >> go to our facebook page this morning. you can watch the whole interview with each of those folks. other stories making headlines this saturday, adrian peterson's football career could be over for good. the former league mvp telling espn he's considering leaving the sport to focus on, get this, a track career. this as the nfl l suspended the running back for the rest of the season as punishment for whipping his 4-year-old son with a tree branch. he'll be able to play in the nfl again on april 15th. and illegal immigrant caught with 50 pound of marijuana is suing the border patrol. clean out your ears. this is a true story.
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jose manuel claims his human rights were violated after border agents unleashed a canine unit on him while he was asleep. he wants $1 million for damages and emotional distress. and parentally he has a case. we had a spirited debate earlier on "fox & friends" from a prosecutor and defense attorney about this case. >> it's going to be the new business model for illegals to come here, get a boo-boo, sue, and then owe send that money back home. >> he was still entitled to fairness because this dog mauled this man while he was asleep. and that is excessive force. >> he claims the border patrol ignored his cries for help. and don't try this at school, kids. good grief. a teenage prankster nearly catching his classroom on fire
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in the netherlands when he sets up a fire cracker in a trash can. no one was hurt. no word on how much trouble this teenager is in. bah humbug. a soldier returning home from the hol zas being kicked out of his wife's apartment after the land lord says he's worn out his welcome. sergeant william bolt's name is not on the lease and the landlord says visitors can stay only seven days. >> stationed in missouri and we haven't seen each other in six months. what's the problem with me staying -- visiting with my wife? he stated to me that he didn't care of our situation. he really didn't care about me being in the military. >> they're married. the landlord says he enforces that rule for all his tenants and wife and their newborn, 2 weeks old now, either have to move out or pay double the rent according to the landlord there. the apartment complex is in central florida -- or central south carolina, rather, and called the grove at clemson.
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this woman is a new mom living at clemson university and worried about getting evicted. pretty upsetting. you have been e-mailing all morning about especially that story. bret has a message for that landlord. his name is chuck. here it is. chuck, how dare you? you need to remember this young man is out there defending the blanket of freedoms you en. >> joe:. >> christy right writhe, i am a landlord of 14 single-family homes. there are definitely ways to solve this in a positive manner. this landlord should be ashamed. >> and craig writes this this morning. he says i will pay the extra month for him to stay. contact me with details. wow. craig, if you're serious, let us here on "fox & friends" know and we'll set you up. thanks for everyone who provided those responses. >> more from bass pro shops to get us in the christmas spirit, guys. >> we are counting down to christmas and as the big day gets closer do you still need to do some last-minute shopping? look no further.
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a math class. >> okay. >> a math class that is required for all students, all freshmen at lone star college in texas, had students fill out a white privilege handout, like a quiz of sort where you had to go through and list all the times that you've been the beneficiary of white privilege. now, one of those questions was have you ever felt targeted when you were pulled over by the cops or audited by the irs because of your race? what kind of kids in college are being audited by the irs? and if they are, they're not being targeted because of their race. they're being targeted because they're conservative. >> it's a way of making people feel guilty about something they can't change, which is their ethnicity. can't do anything about it, so why make people feel guilty about it and you didn't choose it. ludicrous. >> when has it become accept to believe try to make people, especially college students, feel inferior for the color of their skin. unacceptable. >> kind of the definition of racism. notre dame, i thought it was a
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reasonable good place, but eve therein there is a white privilege seminar going on. tell us about it. >> yeah. so they are offering an application process and they're going to accept ten students at notre dame to go through this white privilege course. they're going to be teaching kids on how they're privileged. they're then going to send them off to the white privilege conference. they're trying to equip them with the tools necessary to disrupt. but coming from notre dame, i think they need to take a look in the mirror. teaching and lecturing kids about privilege, they have freaking gold on their football helmets. they need to take a look in the mirror what privilege means. >> so smith college in north hampton, mass. has always been on the cutting edge of lunacy, i would say for generations. president from was forced to change an e-mail because she mae the point that all lives matter and this was somehow not acceptable to the commissars with political correctness. why? >> it was not acceptable because
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>> i trust him with a knife like that. if it was bigger, i would be scared. >> i am not a steak griller. what advice would you give to me as the steak master of the world. >> thank you for saying that. start with a clean, hot grill. the weber genesis grills will do it. take the steak and brush it with oil. then you are going to take your seasoning. your seasoning is this chimich,ri and mine is an ancho chile rub. >> how much oil? >> just one brush. exactly. then, what we are going to do, this is important. put the steak on the grill and you are not going to touch it after you do that.
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put the steak on the grill. >> seriously? >> yeah. >> is that one of the biggest mistakes? >> you don't want to stir it with a fork or press it with a spatula. all the juices get out of it. take the cooked steak off there. when the steak is done cooking, let it rest on that cutting board or plate for three to five minutes. the reason is it lets the steak finish the cooking process off the grill, okay? >> it's sitting there cooking because of the residual heat. >> exactly. the juices circulate. >> get the meat out and fix your sides. >> exactly. we are doing a recipe contest with health kitchen. go to omahasteaks.com and you could win a trip. have you finished your christmas shopping? >> no. >> what do you think? >> you are really the fifth
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generation to run that company? >> i'm the fifth generation, started by my great, great grandfather. this is the his and her package. filet mignon and cream spinach. it's on the website. all your holiday gifting needs are there. >> a family that sticks together steaks together. >> thank you. >> we are going to have a taste test when we come back. more fox and friends after this.
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welcome back. my 4-year-old boy said hey, daddy, what are you doing at the end of today's show. now we get to eat. >> you want to do a taste test? >> we have a massive hungry
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crowd. our thanks to omaha steaks. you are a scholar and gentleman and steak master of the first water. >> there's more coming up after the show. go to foxandfriends.com. the big spenders are back. and now they are taking more of your money and passing it to illegal immigrants. packed inside the $1.1 trillion bill is nearly 1 billion bucks to help illegals get established here in the u.s. is this more proof the president's executive actions will keep costing us all? hi, i'm brenda buttner. this is "bulls and bears." here they are, the bulls and bears this week. gary, tracy, jonas, max, john along with chuck. welcome to everybody. gary b., is this $1 billion just the beginning? >> tip of the ice
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